What if I want to be a gender fluid?
Last Updated: 10/01/2019 at 10:54am
Tanyia Hughes, Adv Dip Psy
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Gender identities are something innate, not something you can want or choose to be. If you feel like your gender isn't constant, and the degree to which you identify with one or another fluctuates with time, then you are genderfluid.
Gender fluidity is never a one set in stone thing, and I think it's great that you want to explore gender options. Gender-fluidity can be a crucial step into figuring out who you are and what you might want to become in the future. No one has the right to tell you what you should and shouldn't be able to do, if you want to be gender fluid then go for it! Even if you find out it's not what you want later on down the road, you can always go back to your previous label as sexuality and gender can change. I hope this helps :)
Then you can be gender fluid- you are allowed to be anything that you want to be, and be your true self, regardless of what society thinks. To present yourself as genderfluid, I recommend going for short hair and whatever clothes you feel comfortable in. Bracelets are also cool. Essentially, tie in a bunch of different genders to your appearance, and you can vary this a bit day-by-day, depending on which gender you feel closer ties with that day. In terms of a name, observe what gender you feel each day for a couple of weeks and use a name that matches a little more with that gender, but still use a more gender-neutral name.
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